US Department of Defense

 

Date of this Version

2012

Citation

Materials Science and Engineering A 533 (2012) 124– 127; doi:10.1016/j.msea.2011.11.032

Abstract

Warm equal channel angular extrusion is used to consolidate a blend of amorphous Hf44.5Cu27Ni13.5Ti5Al10 and crystalline W powders. Dissolution of the W phase results in ∼60% aligned, elongated pores within an amorphous Hf-based matrix exhibiting ductility in compression, but at lower strengths than similar amorphous Zr-based foams due to incomplete bonding between Hf-based powders.

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